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Terrible Abdominal Pain After Gluten-Free

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Posted 15 January 2013 - 05:40 PM

I'm in terrible pain right now. It feels like something is shredding my insides. I have never felt pain this bad when I was on gluten (I have biopsy-confirmed celiac). I've been gluten free and dairy free since 12/12/12. I also take 3 iron pills a day for anemia. Could the supplements be causing this? I've also been taking them for many months and haven't had this kind of pain before.
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Posted 15 January 2013 - 06:54 PM

Oh dear. :( It could be another intolerance rearing it's ugly head (like soy, corn, nightshades, additives) or it could be a virus or infection. Have you eaten anything new? Are your supplements gluten-free?

I don't have any advice, just best wishes. I hope it passes soon.
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Posted 15 January 2013 - 07:05 PM

I'm in terrible pain right now. It feels like something is shredding my insides. I have never felt pain this bad when I was on gluten (I have biopsy-confirmed celiac). I've been gluten free and dairy free since 12/12/12. I also take 3 iron pills a day for anemia. Could the supplements be causing this? I've also been taking them for many months and haven't had this kind of pain before.


There are issues beyond gluten. Iron is very hard on the system. If this continues, you should seek medical attention asap.
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Posted 15 January 2013 - 07:25 PM

It's over with now. I just wish I knew what caused it. I'm going to try taking less iron.
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Posted 15 January 2013 - 07:26 PM

Oh dear. :( It could be another intolerance rearing it's ugly head (like soy, corn, nightshades, additives) or it could be a virus or infection. Have you eaten anything new? Are your supplements gluten-free?

I don't have any advice, just best wishes. I hope it passes soon.

I'm avoiding all of those for the time being, the only additives could be in the bacon I was eating. And yeah my supplements are all allergen free.
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